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CNBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
just visit miami. [ jackhammer pounding, horns honking ] [ siren wailing ] visit tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. >>> for more on our show and our guests, go to our website, otm.cnbc.com. and follow us on twitter @onthe it's money. >>> earnings season is in full swing with banks morgan stanley, citigroup, jpmorgan chase, bank of america and goldman sachs all reporting results. other companies to watch are intel, ibm, general electric, yahoo! and google. on tuesday, retail sales for june are due out. also on tuesday, federal reserve chair janette yellin will testify before congress on monetary policy. then on thursday we'll get housing starts. also on thursday general motors' ceo mary barra returns to capitol hill to testify about the company's massive car recall. >>> according to a recent survey, three in four americans are planning to take a vacation this summer. that's a big number compared to 59% in 2012. hitting the road or flying the friendly skies doesn't have to wipe out your wallet, however. travel and
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
cleveland cavaliers there for years after leaving for miami. if you use twitter, it is even easier to stay in touch with all of us here on first up in asia. you can follow us at bloomberg tv. you can follow me, too. @angietvlau. japan's nikkei to 25 climbing. south korea and australia are all seeing gains. asian stocks rising with the regional benchmark on course for its first gain in five days. foxconn has a plant in southern china. we have a special report from its new green facility when first up returns. we are back in 2. ♪ good morning. it is a beautiful look at this guy here in hong kong. we are in our from the opening of trading here. you are watching first up. the road ahead. beijing rolls out new rules for government cars. the new chinese factory for apple supplier foxconn. that winning feeling, germany wins its fourth world cup in rio. good morning to you. i'm angie lau. markets trading here in the asia pacific. also look for a little bit to be a winner in japan's nikkei to 25. seeralia is climbing as we the benchmark gauge on corporate first gains in five days. technol
Univision
Jul 13, 2014 6:30pm EDT
fuerte hasta maracanÁ. no es el obelisco, es miami. >> dos mundos diferentes, tristeza y alegrÍa, pero no se notaba la tristeza de parte de los argentinos. >> no, es rescatable, una alegrÍa controlada de la parte de los alemanes, y es bueno ver al pÚblico argentino que reconoce que esta selecciÓn le dio despuÉs de muchÍsimos aÑos la posibilidad de jugar una final y es para festejar, no para llorar. >> aficionados de todos los paÍses estÁn por todos lados, y les hemos preparado lo siguiente. >> hey! soy yo! sÍ, ese soy yo. llegÓ la hora y no sÉ cÓmo hacerlo, siempre me dijeron que las despedidas eran difÍciles, pero nunca creÍ que tanto, y es que pensÉ que lo habÍa visto todo. ♪ ♪ cuÁn equivocado estaba. ♪ ♪ oye, gracias! gracias por todo! hoy me tomo unos minutos para confesarte que me has feliz, mÁs que nunca, me has hecho creer de nuevo en ese deporte, porque me enseÑaste que las historias increÍbles sí existen! y que no hay rival pequeÑo! >> respire profundo, le va a pegar, gol! gol de costa rica! que ya estÁ en cuartos de final! >> mÍrame, me d
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
nation. >> and this one will take talents to south beach and join the miami heat. all over cleveland. >> this is terrible. the worst thing that ever happened. >> i hope he never wins anything in miami. >> reporter: four years and two nba titles later, a much different lebron stuck to the approach he promised. instead of a tv extravaganza, a 952-word essay published in "sports illustrated." and remember those gaudy predictions of multiple title he is made back when he came to miami? >> not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven. >> reporter: this time, lebron was much more modest, writing "i'm not promising a championship. we're not ready. no way." he also spoke from the heart, comparing his stint in miami to going to college, noting "these past four years helped raise me to who i am. its it's a concept he had spoken to me earlier, when he was 25 joining the heat, it was truly his first time away from home. >> even though i played in cleveland for seven years, i was in my hometown of ac cran for 25 straight years, that's all i knew, how difficult it was to learn new st
FOX
Jul 13, 2014 6:00pm EDT
fielder, for miami marlins michael azun a does his ben reveer imitation. that turns in toy a double. mets won eight out of ten. they beat miami, nine-one. >>> world cup sunday, title game in germany and argentina care about nothing else today. and it went to extra time. nothing like it. lets go to brazil. i got very physical. oh, no. i don't know how these guys don't have concussions after a point there. it is amazing and one good turn deserves another. and then, with his hand, and now it gets bloody, it is nasty. extra time. 113 minute, nice pass, germany will score and they win it one to nil, they are champion in the world cup for the fourth time. >>> in the vein of you are never too old lets go to new hampshire. camping world rv sales 301 race. what a title name that is. that 33 car has a driver of morgan shepherd. seventy-two years old, he is the oldest driver ever, in nasa car event, and he finish 39th and brad was the winner in that event. seventy-two years old. you are never too old. theory is you are never too old. big night tonight on sports sunday at 10:35. charles barkley will
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
has made his decision. >>> four years after moving from cleveland to miami heat, he led the media into an embarrassing guessing game. two nba insiders thought he was leaving miami the latest rumor suggest the tide is turning away from signing cleveland. and the "washington post" columnist said there were 99 percent odds of returning but could not be sure because the gang was unpredictable. hours later, "sports illustrated" had the scoop but at a price. the magazine allowed lebron to write a first-person piece about returning to his roots in ohio as told to a reporter rather than publish a real story that might have raise add question or two about his behavior. that is how "sports illustrated" got the exclusive and he controlled a narrative. that is like a press release. >> the most controversial analyst from "the view," rosie is returning after dumping the entire team other than whoopi. she often clashed with the only conservative, hasselbeck. >> do you believe i think they should return? >> i don't think --. >> do you think, yes-or-no. >> let me speak. >> it is just a yes or a no
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 1:00pm PDT
: ron vereen is a miami attorney who organized a support group called the village providing rachel with counseling to deal with the grief of losing her friend and intense tutoring to overcome problems in school. no one knew it at the time but when 19-year-old rachel took the stand she was barely able to read and write beyond the level of a third grader. she pushed back. i saw what happened when somebody gets on your bad side. i don't know if i would ever want to be on your bad side. >> no, you don't want to cross. >> reporter: but her tutors didn't give up and neither did rachel. these photos taken in may marked the moment their work paid off. rachel donned a cap and gown and collected her high school diploma. >> she credits what has taken place since what happened in the courtroom to trayvon martin, all the good things. the fact that she's graduated, she said i kept my word to trayvon that i would do this. >> reporter: she's also keeping a promise to herself, by having the last word for people who criticized the way she talked and acted on the witness stand. they're implying that
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
pounding, horns honking ] [ siren wailing ] visit tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. ♪ with millions of reviews, you want to save money on car insurance? no problem. you want to save money on rv insurance? no problem. you want to save money on motorcycle insurance? no problem. you want to find a place to park all these things? fuggedaboud it. this is new york. hey little guy, wake up! aw, come off it mate! geico. saving people money on more than just car insurance. >> it was not quite the island vacation the passenger and crew abosh a guam flight were hoping for. a mechanical problem forced the boeing 777 to change course over the vast pacific ocean. we have the details. >> reporter: frightening mee iis inside the cabin of a plane on its way from honolulu, hawaii, to the u.s. territory of guam when it had to be diverted to midway on thursday. united said it was due to a, quote, mechanical issue with some reports of an odor in the cabin. the tiny island of midway was also called on in 2011 when a delta flight from ho
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
, you know, seeing him really win a championship for that team. the same way that he did for miami. this is actually really important to the fiber of the community and so you could see the same folks who had burned the lebron jerseys when he left, this era he going out to buy new ones. >> i have less than a minute left. this is our close it question of the week. if the cleveland cavaliers make the playoffs and they have a game in cleveland in june on the same day that republicans hold their convention, what will the city decide? >> it will be an exciting time. nothing will be more logistically complicated than a convention in tampa. you were down there. >> you will see the entire conversation of cleveland will be about victory and the gop, the growth and opportunity party, it will be a perfect time for them to be in cleveland. >> i'll be watching the basketball game. >> that's right. >> exactly. i'm with you. >> i want to thank all of you for being here. congresswoman blackburn, congresswoman edwards, congressman o'rourke, congressman chuck, thanks. we'll be right back. really... s
ABC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
right. >> miami heat. a silent protest. >> no clue. but when was the last. convention in cleveland? 1936. the keynoter called fdr a new deal caesar. >> the cleveland browns. i guessed the lions. the colts. >> you're right. we'll be back in a minute to talk about lebron james, cleveland's big week, and the world cup. we're joined by espn's mike tirico. so i want you to know the facts. there are currently no credit score or income requirements to qualify. you can get tax-free money from the equity in your home. you can use the money to pay off your current mortgage if you have one. the remaining money can be used for anything. there's no monthly mortgage payments. and you still own your home! call today to get your free guide and dvd. it explains how a government-insured reverse mortgage works. there's no obligation. one reverse mortgage is a quicken loans company. their licensed experts can answer all your questions. call to find out what a great solution this can be. don't wait, call now! >>> world cup final later today. germany versus argentina, airing right here on abc. and espn'
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
, lebron deserted miami for cleveland. why do we enabling this guy? >>> a new phase in the assault against the terror group hamas. israeli forces entering gaza for the first time in the six-day offensive rating a rocket launch site. the military also warning people in northern gaza to evacuate their homes for their safety. to sign another operation may be coming as israel try toes put an end to the missile attacks that are raining down on its cities. back here at home, police arresting a man accused of causing a massive wildfire in northern california. they say he was delivering supplies to an illegal marijuana plot when exhaust from his truck ignited that fire. the fire north of sacramento has so far burned more than four square miles and is threatening about 50 homes. i'm eric shawn. i'll see you back tt taupe of the hour now back to howard kurtz and media buzz. >> what is it with some of these young start-up rich guys in silicone valley? one wrote a bunch of disparaging e-mails while he was a student at stanford five years ago. i can't read much of this on the air. i hope at lea
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am EDT
united states. so the captain brings the st. louis in front of miami in the harbor of miami, and the passengers can see the light of miami and the palm trees. but there is, you know, for the united states, i mean p i'm going to give you a little, all of you of the general political context so you can understand why, you know, the united states did not let the passengers in. you have to understand that it would have been just, you know, 900-plus people. so it's not a big deal for the united states to welcome those people. but just imagine that if thecountries has opened the, you know -- the country had opened the doors to those people, thousands of hundreds would have been full of them because there were more and more immigrants and jewish refugees who tried to escape from germany and the reich. so, you know, by anticipating that situation, it would have opened the door to her massive immigration, and the government didn't want to do this. plus, in the united states don't forget that there was the immigration act of 1924, and so the quota were the quota. so it was out of question to m
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
better. even in cold. [ jackhammer pounding, horns honking ] [ siren wailing ] visit tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. (vo) you know that dream... where you're the hero? hey... you guys mind warming this fella up for me? i'm gonna go back down, i saw some recyclables. make it happen with verizon xlte. find a car service. we've doubled our 4g lte bandwidth in cities coast to coast. thanks! sure. we've got a spike in temperature. so save the day... don't worry, i got this... oh yeah, i see your spaceship's broken. with xlte on largest, most reliable network. get 50% off smartphones like the new lg g3. >>> i just got to the senate in october, and people like senator rand paul, senator mike lee, senator leahy, senator durbin, a lot of folks were already starting to say in a growing bipartisan chorus, enough is enough. we could be saving money, empowering people to succeed. and ending something that really betrays american values. fiscal prudency and values. >> that was cory booker talking about the need for prison refor
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 9:30am EDT
of old ones and a couple of new ones, some light reading, beach weather, surfs up in miami always spent what are you reading this summer? tell us what's on your summer reading list, tweet us at booktv. posted for facebook page, or send us an e-mail, booktv at c-span.org. >> walter isaacson, a new book coming out this fall. what's it about? >> it's about the innovators. we talk a lot about innovation these days. the word has almost become a so devoid of meeting that it gets overused. i wanted to look at how real people invented the computer and the internet and how innovation really happened in the digital age. it was some that came out of working with steve jobs and before that bill gates to say, who made the type of person, how did en it end up being successf? so the book is not just about singular people but about teens, about collaboration. one of the things i discovered in doing this book is that real innovation comes from great teams, not just from great leaders. >> what surprised you? >> the importance of connecting the arts to technology. the importance of what steve jobs a
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am EDT
from the miami heat. we'll have sport in 15 minutes.. >> it's business as usual in this market in the south, known for its fishing and salt industry, loved by locals and visitors alike for the fresh curd produced here. it has been home to the president's family for generations. they hunt for dirty dealings and bribes. big building projects are spinninging up everywhere. highways lead to the new international airport, but a new convention center, a hospital, a water tower, and a $1.5 billion shipping facility. >> behind me, you can see two ships in the no support that is actually still being built. here a few weeks ago a group of politicians arrived on what they described as a fact finding mission they were pelted by eggs with supporters of the government and the local mayor appeared, willing what he later described as a plastic gun. >> china lent $400 million for the first phase of building and $810 million for the second to be built by a chinese contractor. >> when they say we will not let you have any legislation to make deals transparent, what you are hiding? what you are hiding? >
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
cleveland and breaking up the dream team in miami is good for the texas basketball team, and the mavericks and the rockets are going to win more championships and the houston-based team where chris bosh will go is going to have stocks going up in the next year. >> and you like all things texas. >> well, i have to say no to that stock. >> and what is your prediction? >> when i went for the three muffin lunch this week, i noticed that the crumbs bakery was taken out, and i think that the gluten-free craze has destroyed another bakery and that is why you should go with the texas road house which is up 20% again in one year. >> and what do you say? >> well, it had a split stock, brenda, so stay away from one, brenda. >> and neil is next. >>> big things of letting d.c. spend more of this, and do you see anything wrong with any of this? i'm neil cavuto, and congress is in slow motion to find a solution for the v.a. and shock of shocks. now they are calling for the speeding things up, but guess how? by bringing back ear mamarks tot it all on spending, and pork spending or targeted spend
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
the miami heat. >> it's two years since the mars rover touched down on mars. how will she set brat the birthday. with a song, and, yes, a selfie. >> reporter: it's the selfie from space seen around the world. the mars rover "curiosity" snapped a vanity shot to mark the milestone. it's longer than you may think, 687 earth days to be exact. >> it is wild. the day is 40 minutes longer, the mars day, than the earth day. the most efficient way to get curiositiry. for her to look back, look at the landing on mars. that was just the beginning of the rover's challenging journey of exploration. the mission roam the red planet taking pictures. yes, that ind cluds selfies, digging for rocks and sending data to scientists at n.a.s.a.'s jet-propulsion laboratory. she's curious. it's an appropriate name. when she sees something interesting, she stops. but then when she's figure outside what it is, she wants to high tail it to the next rock. jennifer like eps the rover to a spirited teenager. she sleeps for 16 hours a day. it gives her a parliamentary. he has to manage the teenager's time and giv
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 6:00am EDT
holds court in rio, a day after his departure from the miami heat. it sh - >>> hello again. the stop stories - israel's air offensive killed 166 people in gaza since the operation began six days ago. the u.n. called for a ceasefire. israel threatened more strikes, warning people in north gaza to leave. a sand storm scuttled attempts, putting together a government. kurdish lawmakers in parliament. it adjourned after 30 minutes, postponing sitting again until tuesday. others were boycotting. >>> now, the u.n. security council issued a statement according to a ceasefire between palestinians and israeli forces. as the editor explains, the statement was not as tough as some arab countries wanted. >> reporter: it took three days of stuff negotiation not to come up with a legally binding resolution, but six with a statement. the u.s. objected to the wording that had been suggested. this the end these were the words read out by the president of the security council. >> the security council members called for deescalation of the situation, restoration of calm, and re-ipp state use of november
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
from miami this morning. thank you for coming on. what did you say when you spoke to your son? >> well, it was at the end of the seven-hour hearing and he was despondent because he honestly thought that after the judge heard his statements that the judge would have released him. >> so the mexican legal system is an ugly joke. no one pretends otherwisewise. what is the administration doing to get your son released from that? >> well, the executive level, we put in that we the people at the whitehouse.gov petition and got the signatures required by the white house, but as of this morning we still haven't gotten a response. so they are silent from the executive branch. >> that's unbelievable. now there are reports that your son was in mexico several times in the days prior to his arrest at the border. what was he doing there? >> well, the day of he walked into tijuana, a popular place where the marines tend to visit. so he walked out at 10:30 at night and got into his truck that holds all his possessions because he still didn't have permanent housing, and took the onwrong turn dr
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00am PDT
tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. i know you've been waiting. it's mystery man who strolls into a grocery store. what's on his list? bags full of generosity. look at this grocery store in california, a man walked up to the register, the supervisor says, waited until the clerks gained every item from a custom. and paid for it. >> he spents over $600 on a half dozen as you can imagine shocked shoppers. >> we had people hugging him, people were asking him if he won the lottery like if he has a good job. but he didn't really want to give out information. >> you have a good job? >> is there a place for me there. >> you hiring? the surveillance camera did capture the mystery man in action but the store says they are going to respect his wishes to remain anonymous. some shoppers were disappointed but they will leave with a cartful of appreciation. >> it breaks my heart that i wasn't here and didn't reap the rewards but really, it's amazing and kind of makes you have faths in humanity again. >> i wish there were more
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
florida as well. 88 a high in miami, hot in dallas, 100, 106 in phoenix, warm as well in seattle. around the state we'll see hundreds in the central valley parts, 102 sacramento, and 113 in palm springs. in the bay area, things are going to be warming up compared to today, we'll be closer to average, look for 68 in san francisco. 74 in oakland, 82 in san jose. here's the temperature trend we're basically going to be ramping up the next couple days, before we dip down for the end of next week, and then right back to normal. you can see that as well with the accuweather seven day forecast for the inland highs. closer to average by thursday and friday, we'll be warming up around the bay. and then cooling down but still staying in the 60s, mid-60s for the most part along the coast. >> thank you, frances. >> rick quan is here for sports. >>> they closed out the stick in style tonight. with the legends flag football game. it [ female announcer ] the internet gets more exciting the faster it goes. that's why, coming soon, xfinity will double the internet speed on two of our most popular
KRON
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm PDT
signed as a free agent with the miami heat. some upset with the decision. the mural of the player was vandalized yesterday. the artist wasn't upset. >>> the netherlands beat brazil for 3rd place in the world cup. the dutch team received a standing ovation. and anticipation is bidding for tomorrow's world cup final in brazil. argentina will bring perhaps the world's greatest player. s that the world cup all-time leading score. and the brazilian turtle has spoken. they're predicting argentina will beat germany in the title. you use the psychic turtle in the forecast, too, don't you? >> you're not supposed to tell that. the turtle says warmer tomorrow. >> that's it for us. goodnight, everybody. >>> he's right there! he's near the rocks! >> caught in a deadly surf. >> straight ahead! >> heros to the rescue. >>> and the woman accused of killing an executive from google with a lethal dose of heroin. did she do it before? >> i think my boyfriend overdosed or something! >>> then, george clooney. apology not accepted. >>> plus, go pro baby. >> his head is coming out. >> the entire birth ca
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 1:30am EDT
do this. >> employers shout not cig miamis mental illness. >> there's a $23 billion price tag on that. losing your job can be a difficult and emotional experience, in fact, according to a new poll, one in five american whose have been unemmied for a year or more, say they have been treated for depression, and left untreated apparently they have an increase lick liehood of being unemmied again. and it's costing employer as bundle. from worker absences due to depression. so what is the long term consequences of unemployment depression? and who is is working on interventions to stop this rapidly growing problem in it's tracks in we have a great line-up of guests to brake it down. on set, travis davis. a progressive policy organization. before his current job he was unemployed for more nan a year and suffers from depression. on skype out of oakland california is david blue steen. a psychologist and professor, he looks at the intersection of mental health, and work, and recently testified before congress on a law that would prohibit discrimination against the long term unemployed. and
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:01am EDT
1752. in present day ohio, not far from dayton, there was a settlement started by miami indians, but also had a lot of other native peoples, that was set up as a trade center. the point of this was for the indians to be able to trade equally with the english and the french. because it was not at the french trading post, and it was not at these sort of british trading areas in pennsylvania, but it was intended it could access both. so it became a very independent place. a place that tried to set itself apart from empire, that tried to play them off each other, which it had done for quite a while. by the mid-18th century, that was getting harder and harder. these alliances became more and more firm. the french were less and less interested in being an alternative to the british. they really wanted these alliances to be exclusive. remember we talked about the native american cultural expectation that trade and alliance were taken to be one thing? this is something the french kept repeating back to them. if you are going to trade with the british, you are their allies and our enemies. th
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
take medication designed to increase testosterone levels. we sit with the managing editor of the miami "new times", and an investigative reporter for "news day." book. >>> great to have you both here. tim, this is a revelation that rodriguez had prime ministers. is that the -- permission. reveal. >> it was a surprising fact. we dove into the book with a great set of records from tony bosch's cryogenesis clinic. we had a transcript from amex's ash -- alex's arbitration hear, and one of the amazing things it showed was that, you know, under baseball's policy if you take a medication that is banned but you believe you have a medical reason to use it you apply to a doctor appointed by the league and union, explain the case and he'll decide if you can use the medication. in alex's case he asked for permission to use testosterone which one baseball official called the mother of all anabolic steroids. the doctor granted the prime ministers. for the course -- permission. for the course of 2006 alex had permission to use the tess to ter open. in 2007 he won the mvp and signed a contact with the
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 11:00pm EDT
lebron james. coming on the homes of his decision on friday to leave the miami heat to go home. he left the country, heading to brazil. in what is believed to be his first interview he says he's looking forward to his home coming. >> i think it's an exciting time for myself. you know, be home, be able to represent the family and friends and those fans, and it gives me an opportunity to re-ignite with anderson, a favourite team-mate, a brazilian native. it will be unbelievable. i'm looking forward to the challenge. >> james played for seven years for cleveland before moving to miami. the games were not the only reason to watch the world cup. how about the glamor and fashions. soccer players setting the friends. more from lucia newman in rio de janeiro. >> guess who accompanied the highest paid model on the cover of vogue. another brazilian - football star neymar junior. when it comes to setting friends in men's hair fashion, hollywood stars are offside, outstored which footballers. here the most popular is that of portugal's ronaldo. >> without a doubt the football look is the way t
KRON
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm PDT
with sports illustrated that they were ablazed with action news and miami and cleveland fans, even the house would chime in. we've got the report for you. >> and it is back, baby. >> yeah. >> he's heading home. >> it is big for cleveland. >> reporter: announcing that he is leaving the heat for the cleveland cavaliers. >> and it could be the first time to get a championship in over five years. >> reporter: the mvp first told them about their plans in an interview published on friday. >> there we go. we've got cart wheels down the street. >> reporter: and the fans are flying high for them about their return to the team, but the white house, they are also weighing in. >> i think that it will be a pretty powerful statement about the value of the place that you can consider home. >> reporter: then there is a heartbreak from the heat. and the owner of the team said on twitter that he was shocked, disappointed in today's news. others are a bit more thankful for the last four years. >> it's through those championships as we decided to lose them, you know, but we need to go home. >> reporte
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 9:10pm EDT
clandestine group of anti-castro cubans, in miami a young miami priest, along with the support of the u.s. state department and most likely the central intelligence agency, cuban parents began spiriting their children off the island and into the care of the catholic church in the united states. they believed their separation would be temporary since few believed the united states would allow castro's increasingly left-leaning revolution to survive. after the failure of the bay of pigs invasion in april 19 61 and the october 1962 missile crisis destroyed their hopes, most of the appearance of these children fled to the u.s. and reclaimed their sons and daughters in exile. however, a number did not see their children again for 5, 10, and even 15 years. some of them were never reunited. in broad brush strokes are the facts of what have become known over time of operation pedro pan. there fact that most cubans in the gasper and on the island largely accept. however, cubans in the u.s. and on the island have come to attribute very different meaning to the children's exodus. they disagree a
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:30pm PDT
announced his move to miami on live television. >> i'm going to take my talents to south beach. >> we love you. we forgive you. and let's get some money in this town. >> reporter: and the money began flowing immediately. call it the new lebron-omy. within eight hours, the cavaliers selling out of season tickets. >> we go from selling something that's unsellable, i mean, i can't get my hands on enough tickets to sell. >> reporter: once dubbed "the mistake by the lake," the city of cleveland lost $50 million a season while lebron was gone. local businesses here are now hoping for a reversal of fortune. >> downtown cleveland really thrives on our sports teams. it means that it's going to financially impact everything down here. >> reporter: and a newfound pride that comes from being home to the greatest basketball player on earth. tonight, this working class city has the one thing that glamorous miami doesn't. and with the return of the king, they couldn't be happier. cecilia? >> okay, linzie. lebron-omy. thank you. >>> we have much more "world news" on this saturday night. up next -- a growi
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
m.v.p. announced he was leaving miami to return to the team that drafted him first overall in 2003, the cleveland cavaliers. james' deal, two years -- own two years but 42.1 million. not so only right there: >>> to the pitch and the union will host the colorado rapids in less than an hour in chester. philadelphia lost to dallas last week and they're two points out of the playoff spot in the eastern conference. but some help could be on the way as the club has acquired jamaican international brian brown on loan from harbor view fc for the remainder of the season. he's a 21 year old striker who had 20 goals in 32 appearances this past season. >> wow. nice. >>> i was on vacacation but even i heard about lebron. twitter was out of control. >> i don't know if it was possible to avoid that. >> i don't think i could have been anywhere on the planet and not hear about that. >> some of natasha's money. >> ♪ >> welcome back everyone. some of the area's finest firefighters face off for some very friendly competition. the montgomery county water battle returned to towamencin montgomery count
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Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
could be back to miami. we've got a little board here and we'll figure it all out. >> phillies on 7:15 on fox. there's a little fizzle for baseball back here, guys. >> thank you shredder. >> watch the seven news after the game. dangers of the heat can lead to dehydration, heat stroke and one condition you may not have known about. stay up with us and we'll tell you all about it plus world cup coming to an end but soccer fever may just be heating up. the economic benefits of the world's most popular sport much that's tonight after the game. that's it for us tonight at 6:00. phillies game next. we'll see you here right after the phillies. good night. ♪ what can i get you? [customer] oh, sorry. i was daydreaming. [server] dreaming about your wedding, huh? [customer] yes! actually. [server] with a big ice sculpture and a string quartet? [violins playing] [customer] yeah. how'd you know? [server] you've got the new instant game from pennsylvania lottery. [customer] yeah. $1 million golden ticket, with 5 top prizes of 1 million bucks. [narrorator] want to see your dreams come to life? y
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Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. >>> well, lebron james is going home. just not yet. before lebron packs up his miami mansion and moves back to cleveland he is going to brazil. not to play basketball but to watch tomorrow's world cup final which you can watch right here on six abc. lebron signed his deal with cleveland today. it is a two year contract worth just over 42 million-dollar. this is according to espn. speaking of money, the calves have made an estimated one million-dollar in ticket sales, alone, former sixers great charles barkley says he is a big fan of this move and big fan of lebron. he just can't understand why he left ohio in the first place. >> i just think he shouldn't have left there the first time. come on, you have to get drafted by the hometown team, and you are as good as he is. this guy is one of the ten greatest nba players ever. people that don't likely brandon james, you have to be a lebron james fan. i don't know if the cavilers will win a championship but i am a lebron james fan for the rest of my life. >>> eagles are less than two weeks away from training camp, can you wait? lesean
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
trees hugging the miami coastline, there is this muck created by man. a few times a week, david muler tries to pick up bucket did of garbage. he focuses on usualban tumble weeds. >> plastic bags are ludicrous. it's craze they don't bring their reusable bags. >> 170 cities and counties in the u.s. have laws banning or curtailing the use of plastic bags but in florida, home to world famous beaches, a state law prohibits cities from passing laws that would restrict or ban plastic bags. florida state senator gitbullard has been trying to change that for the last three years. >> it seems like a no-brainer. the obstruction was what the surprise was. >> bullard says elementary school kids in his district inspired his bill. >> plastic bags are not by 0 degradable and can kill marine life, they wrote to city officials calling for a ban. the florida legislature isn't budging. the retail federation lobbied for the ban on banning plastic bags and testified against any amendments to it. >> we are trying to send a message to attract manufacturers to the state of florida, we think this sends t
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm PDT
are entering the u.s. from every corn, miami to seattle, l.a. to new york and especially along the mexican border. we're talking more than 40 million immigrants in the united states right now both legally and illegally. that's roughly 13% of our population making america the number one destination on earth for immigrants. so, who are these new arrivals? well, about a quarter or 11 million are undocumented. a number that's increased almost year by year since 2000 of those who become legal residents you'd probably guess a lot of them are from mexico. you'd be right, 14%. but you might be surprised to find out the next two leading countries of birth for new u.s. residents china and india. those are the two most populated countries on the planet. as for work the latest labor stats show by and large immigrant workers are in the service industry, hotels, restaurants and gas stations and they're making a lot less than u.s.-born workers about 160 bucks less per week. so, regardless of how you feel about theish you'll, there's no doubt immigrants are here to stay and they play a huge role i
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. with millions of reviews, sea captain: there's a narratorstorm cominhe storm narrator: that whipped through the turbine which poured... surplus energy into the plant which generously lowered its price and tipped off the house which used all that energy to stay warm through the storm. chipmunk: there's a bad storm comin! narrator: the internet of everything is changing how energy works. is your network ready?" >>> all right. $5,000 could buy you a decent used car, it could buy four plane tickets from new york to tokyo or pay for five months of groceries for a family of four. but $5,000 might not be enough to get you into the world cup final in brazil tomorrow. zain ash zain asher has a look at what price fans are paying to see the big game. >> if you want to see germany play argentina, a ticket in the secondary market could cost you between $5,000 and $20,000. we've been looking at some of those retale websites for example ticket biz, ebay as well, and you would think at prices like $12,000
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Jul 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
honking ] [ siren wailing ] visit tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. with millions of reviews, staying active can ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, this can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain, and improve daily physical function so moving is easier. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain. and it's not a narcotic you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. this chance increases if you have heart disease or risk factors such as high blood pressure or when nsaids are taken for long periods. nsaids, like celebrex, increase the chance of serious skin or allergic reactions, or stomach and intestine problems, such as bleeding and ulcers, which can occur
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
. nick spicer, al jazeera. >> you well away from the world cup miami heat fans are facing life without lebron james. he announced he will be heading back to the cleveland cavaliers. >> lebron james is coming home. the 29-year-old posted this picture on instagram and told "sports illustrated" i always believed i would return to cleveland and finish my career there. lebron was raised in akron," jus,, ohios, just 65 kilometers from cleveland. >> i'm happy. the best player comes to your team. that's a great learning experience for me. to play along side the best in the game. >> lebron broke the hearts of the cleveland fans when he left in 2010. but now all is forgiven. >> everybody is happy. everybody has a smile on their face. >> that's a wonderful thing. thank you, lebron, you've done a wonderful thing for cleveland. all is forgiven. >> this is a great moment in sport history. >> reporter: lebron reached the nba final in all four of his seasons there, and winning the championship twice. he's been a free agent since the start of july after opting out of the final two years of his contract
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 8:00am PDT
the final, the quakes lose their fourth straight. >>> after winning two nba titles with miami, lebron james is going back home to ohio. yesterday he announced he is returning to the cavaliers. james, who grew up in akron, played seven seasons with cleveland after being the overall number one pick in 2003. the four-time league mvp wants to give the city its first championship in more than 50 years. and according to at least one las vegas sports book, the cavaliers are now a 3-1 favorite to win the nba title. >>> steve kerr made his coaching debut last night as the warriors opened summer league play in las vegas. golden state's james michael macado with the monster jam. the warriors beat the hornets 70-58. the rockets have traded local product, jeremy lin to the lakers. and that is sports for a saturday morning, i'm rick kwan, i'll see you again tonight at 5:00. >>> sticking with sports, 49ers greats return to the field, the historic game being played tonight. . >>> happening today -- the final football game will be played at the stick. and tonight, our own mike shuman will be playing i
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
with northeast ohio is bigger than basketball, and he wishes he'd handled his move to the miami heat differently. the decision infamously delivered on live tv. >> i'm going to take my time to south beach and join the miami heat. >> reporter: leaving fans here feeling bitter and betrayed. cavs owner daniel gilbert calling james a coward and some fans even setting fire to their jerseys. but in a symbolic gesture, those very same fans raising king james' jersey from a pile of ashes. >> welcome home, welcome home. >> welcome home. >> reporter: gilbert tweeting about his son's reaction. "daddy, does this mean i can finally wear my lebron jersey again? yes, it does, son, yes, it does." the cavs new head coach too. >> excitement, exhilaration, and now i'm coaching the best player in the world. >> reporter: everyone, it seems, is ready to forgive but most of all to win. >> he's going to win us a championship, and that's all that matters. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: james admitting that a championship won't be easy, but in northeast ohio, he says, nothing is given, everything is earn
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am EDT
time with the miami heat. the question is can the king recreate his success in when he returns to ohio. host of engine of sports, dave, it's good to see you. for our new year's show we asked you to make prediction force 2014, and you said this. >> will lebron james and miami heat three-pete. >> not only will they three-peat, it will follow lebron james will opt for free agency and finish his career with his old team the cleveland cavaliers. >> you came close on the three-peat, but you got it on the cleveland cavaliers. and you got grief for it. >> i got a lot of grief. i wrote a year ago that lebron james would go to cleveland notten theory that not because cleveland was a better place to stock pile championships, but lebron james strifes to be more than an athlete, more than a mercenary chasing rings. more than someone who wants to stock pile mvps in miami beach with all due respect to miami beach but someone who feels a real affinity and connection to his ohio home and someone who wants his own legacy to be one that we have never seen before, which is someone starting in their h
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
major newspaper in cleveland ohio. nba superstore lebron james leaving the miami heat and returning to the cleveland cavaliers. he made that announcement via sports illustrated in an essay saying the most important thing to him is to bring a trophy back to northeast ohio. when he left cleveland for miami there is outrage against lebron james but his return sparked a frenzy. now fans couldn't be happier. [ screaming ] >> lebron james, lebron james, lebron james! >> we heard about it and ran over here! we heard it, we ran! [ screaming at the top of their lungs ] >> lebron is the man! >> what did he say? >> they whipped off their shirts and ran. fans did cartwheels. the value of the cleveland cavaliers with lebron on the team could increase by as much as $100 million. but not everybody is happy about the decision. take a look at this mural in miami. there is lebron's face painted over. >> oh-oh. he's out. >>> happening tonight, one final showdown at candlestick park. nfl legends will take the field for a flag football game. joe montana will be there. dwight clark, jerry rice, steve young,
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Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
interview since his leave of the miami and going back home to cleveland. he played his first seven years with the cast before leaving the 2010 for the miami heat foresees is with the heat the 29 year-old was in two nba championships this is the fourth time in bp. and now he's home again. hey, if you could be any dinosaur, which would you be? t-rex. that's dumb, cuz when you're hungry late at night, your little t-rex arms couldn't stuff your face with - my new chick-n-tater melt munchie meal. it's got crispy chicken, hash browns, and gooey cheese on a buttery croissant. that's french. ok, i get it. so what would you be? a long armed t-rex. jerk. authorities dispute that said that they were worried about the child safety this video is causing an outrage because makers prosser's said she was singled out for breast-feeding her trial. --child. mothers are allowed to be the police officer asked mom to remove her baby and her eight year-old daughter to different seats for the baby's own good. to continue to take her daughter's to concerts' perry ordered a live look outside that this is a view f
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Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
honking ] [ siren wailing ] visit tripadvisor miami. [ bird chirping ] with millions of reviews, tripadvisor makes any destination better. >>> back in april, i sent a letter to tennessee governor bill haas lam urging him to ve tee sb 1391. a bill that would criminalize women who use drugs while pregnant. i argue that doing so would put women and their infants in danger by discouraging pregnant women from seeking medical treatment for substance abuse and avoid prenatal care altogether. the governor signed it anyway, and it went into effect july 1st. on tuesday, the first arrest was made. and that's why my letter this week is again to tennessee governor bill haslam. dear governor, it's me plis la, this is mallory lolla. on sunday she gave birth, on tuesday, as she was being discharged from the hospital, deputies from the monroe county sheriff's office arrested her and took her to jail. she's still in jail. unable to post a $2,000 bond. she's there without her baby. her daughter is less than a week old. governor, this woman was arrested and charged with assault under the law you si
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